Follow-up has been defined as “a set of visits and examinations conducted in a systematic manner in the perspective of a pre-defined program”.While some common elements are included in most follow-up regimens, they have usually been developed by consensus or to reflect the approach of individual institutions, rather than on the basis of evidence.
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|Cancer Type:||Ovarian cancer|
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